Where is the "Parkland"?
It gets it's name from the type of topography that varies from open prairie to aspen reaches
and boreal forest. When the last ice sheet retreated, myriad "pothole" lakes formed.
They in turn tend to have shallow tapered shorelines that become weedy before dropping
in depths varying to 195 feet (East Blue Lake) but are more in the order between 20 to 40 feet deep.
The variety and mass of forage within their compounds produces weight gains of up to two
and a half pounds per annum in salmonids, during their prime growth ages.